Daddy Freeze mocks blogger, Blessing Okoro in new photo
Earlier on, social media was buzzing with reactions following the house drama surrounding blogger, Blessing Okoro.
Following this, the blogger has become a topic of discussion and jest on the internet.
Joining the list of people trolling her is OAP, Daddy Freeze who shared a photo of himself in a mansion surrounded by a fleet of cars.
The photo came with a caption which is akin to that of Blessing Okoro when she first pulled her house ownership stunt days ago before she got busted.
His caption reads;
When my ex left I was living in a one bedroom apartment, I picked up all the stones that they threw at me and built this.
I am the definition of grace, a child of blessing.
New house just completed as I turn 43 with many new toys.
While that of Blessing reads,
8years ago my ex husband threw me out of his 1 bedroom apartment.
8years later I built myself a 7 bedroom duplex….
I picked up all the stones he threw at me to build myself
I became too strong and fortified.
I became that broken pieces that because an expert in mending .
Yes dreams do come true .
My name is Okoro Blessing Nkiruka
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